The United States likely won’t mirror Canada’s climate policies.
Canada’s defence spending has been below 2 per cent of GDP since 1989.
President Trump called Canada’s system of supply management for dairy products a "disgrace."
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s expected level of per person spending this fiscal year ($8,337) is just $38 less than the all-time high.
Only 10.6% of Ottawa's nearly $100 billion in new infrastructure spending is for trade and transportation
Canada’s lumber companies deny that softwood lumber exports are subsidized by so-called stumpage fees.
In reality, Canadian consumers have long put their financial welfare before their loyalty to Canadian-bred cows.
When governments raise PIT rates, there are both direct and indirect costs for private sector.
Resistance to marginal tax rate reductions in the U.S. may prevent a return to supply-side fiscal policies.